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Coelogyne merrillii

This is a discussion on Coelogyne merrillii within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; Coelogyne merrillii is endemic to the Philippines. Usually a lithophyte in situ. Professor Ames first ...

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    Default Coelogyne merrillii

    Coelogyne merrillii is endemic to the Philippines. Usually a lithophyte in situ. Professor Ames first described this species in 1911, and it was named after Dr. Elmer Merrill who collected the first specimens.

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    It's really different. I like the unusual color combination. Do you have a picture from the front?

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    Great looking lip. Is this a highland species? Also, does this one have a fragrance? Would like to get into more of the coelogynes.

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    Nice orchid pictures!

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    Lovely! It looks like it's taking a bow.

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